top of page


Apparently those new buoys that were installed last week in Lake Chelan are making an impact. That's what Chelan County Sheriff's Sergeant Rob Huddleston thinks:

The new buoys are further out than the old buoys were; they were moved closer to shore a few years ago, and resulted in some interactions between boaters and non-motorized lake users, paddleboarders, kayakers and the like. The city and the Sheriff's office purchased new buoys a few weeks ago.

Recent Posts

See All

If you're driving into Chelan on Highway 97A, prepare to slow down in the future, even more than you slow down now. The state is making plans to lower the speed limit coming into town, and Chelan Cit

We've got the July employment report for Okanogan County, and just as the reports for Chelan and Douglas counties have been as of late, it's a mixed bag of results. Regional Labor Economist Don Mesec

It's been several weeks since new buoys were installed on Lake Chelan, marking the no-wake zone. How have they been working in settling things down? Chelan County Sheriff's Sergeant Rob Huddleston:

bottom of page